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GMS Food Drive

Goshen Middle School's National Junior Honor Society sponsored a canned food drive. The food collected was donated to Goshen United Methodist Church for their food pantry. The students and staff collected 1800 canned and nonperishable food items in a two week period. The winning grade level, eighth grade, will be awarded the Spirit Stick that they get to keep until the next school-wide contest. The winning homeroom, Mrs. Fine's, will be given a pizza party. The student who brought in the most food items, Erica Tomes, will receive a Skyline lunch from the GMS PTO. The Goshen Middle School National Junior Honor Society would like to thank everyone involved for their donations and support.

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Goshen Middle School is proud to have two groups that have been recognized by the Southwest Region Ohio School Board Association’s Student Achievement Fair: Warrior U Student Achievement and Goshen Middle School STEM. Accepting the awards for the two groups is Lisa Edwards, Gina Taylor, and building principal Andrea Conner for STEM instructor Judy Wilson.

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GMS Spirit

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GMS Gives Back

In honor of Patriot Day, GMS was able to raise $630 for Goshen Police and Fire Departments. Students collected money by home rooms. Mr. Lewis's homeroom brought in $108, Mrs. Adkins $98 and Mrs. Moorman $93. The donations were presented on 9/11 at the volleyball match.

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